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            Debbie’s Kitchen closing for good

            Debbie Klauber, when Debbie’s Kitchen reopened in October 2018. (Steve Barnes/Times Union.)

            Debbie’s Kitchen, an Albany institution for sandwiches, soups and baked goods since 1985, minus a hiatus or two, is closing for good after business on Saturday.

            On Thursday morning, founder Debbie Klauber said, “It just got so hard” after the COVID-19 crisis forced restaurants to adapt to takeout and cast a general sense of uncertainty over the hospitality industry and society as a whole. Klauber stayed open for several weeks, closed for a few days last week and returned for three final days.

            “It started to give me pause,” said the 63-year-old Klauber. “Was I doing a service by staying open or a disservice by not being as safe as I could be?”

            Hours through Saturday will be 10 a.m. to about 3 p.m. Fare includes Klauber’s signature sandwiches and soups, brownies and other sweet baked goods, quiches and additional goodies, as dictated by whim and ingredient availability. The address is 465 Madison Ave.

            See the full story here.

            Steve Barnes